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want to give you a look at the weather. >>> tucker barns is here. >> well, good morning, we had a beautiful start to the day and we'll have a will the of sunshine today. no showers and thunderstorms. it will be hot though. wevel ig in the low 90s. e'and take a look at the dara t. conditions and we should have a nice sunrise. over the next few hours, quwe'w see the mo hsphereeang up quick little and clouds off to the north and west and they won't impact us in the way of showers and thunderstorms. that will be here tomorrow as a cold front moves from the north and west. let's look at the current temperatures, 71 at reagan national and 70 at bullless and vwi has a temperature at 69 degrees. we'll have details on the tropics coming up also. we'll look at the traffic now with julie. >>> if you're traveling northbound, that's where the wreck was north of the boulevard from germ mantown to clarksburg and traffic's squeezing by, single file to the right. we have a lot of traffic heading to the accident seen. we're looking at the camera and people coming here are getting around the curve
week. a quick plug, i'm so proud of my brother in law tucker. he's the pilot that landed a plane in a new jersey mall parking lot safely this week. we love him. nobody got hurt. he is in my live chat room in my blog if you want to pick his pilot brain. u. tucker yo e >> wfayou. >> we love dan kaplan. i know our waistlines may not like him but look at beautiful cake he has brought us. >> that's it for us. the next news is at noon. have a great day and a great weekend. bye-bye.
those critics as extremists. simply for exercising their first amendment rights. bill tucker has our report. >> reporter: the numbers help explain why there's such passion in the health care debate. 74% say their families or other americans will be helped by obama's proposals, yet at the same time, 83% of americans say they're satisfied with their coverage. people, like craig miller in pennsylvania. >> one day god's going to stand before you and he's going to judge you and the rest of your damn cronies up on the hill. >> reporter: a passion apparently unanticipated and feared by some. some political leaders have been quick to dismiss those voices. >> the groups are not necessarily representative of america. >> reporter: the angriest protestors have been called evil-mongers and accused of being rabid for their dissent. conservative groups like the heritage foundation argue that the mocking and name calling is meant to quiet the debate by making the protestors feel embarrassed and foolish, for being afraid of government and asking questions. heritage notes, six years ago it was the dem
by the heat advisory but onrticularly from washo gt t points east. >> are you keeping tucker awake. >> tucker, are you all right over there. >> that was quite the big yawn. all right. points east, that is where we have the heat advisory in effect. it goes into effect at noon today, lasts until 8:00 p.m. that is because it could feel like it is between 1105 degrees later on. this is a heat warning in effect near philadelphia. current temperatures around the region look like this. we are 78 degrees in washington. 72 at dulles. harrisonburg is at # 8 degrees. up in frederick, maryland, 75 degrees at this hour. satellite-radar composite, we'll show this to you because it is kind of cool. notice how the rainfall and the cloud are moving. that is because there is a big ridge of high pressure down here. it is forcing everything to go around. it that is part of the reason it will be so hot today. if we see any shower or thunderstorm activity, it will be this evening and i think there is only about a 10% chance of that. your surface map for today, we'll show it to you in graphic terms. that big h, st
degrees. i'm he beginning to agree with tucker that we'll have to check into that reporting station. it seems a little errant there. here is the satellite-radar composite for the region. there is your precipitation out to the west. you can see how it is moving north and east ever so slowly but you got some rhetty good rain there in portions of west virginia, western portions of virginia. for us, we we've got some clouds. here is a look at the surface map for today. main feature for us is an upper level low that is kind of pushing through ever so slowly. there is a frontal system that came through. that is responsible for our cooler, quote, unquote temperatures instead of being in the upper and mid-90s. we'll be in the up are 80s today. some scattered storms work their way in here during the morning and later on today, some showers and thunderstorms here and tere. forecast looks like this. lots of clouds around. scat are the showers and thunderstorms -- scattered showers and thunderstorms as i said. high about 87 degrees downtown. for tonight being a muggy night with early showers a
over the weekend especially saturday, tucker. >> we needed rain but the thunderstorms we could have done without. >> didn't need that much rain. had about six inches of rain in annapolis on saturday. flash flood warnings all over the place. yesterday a little quieter although it was still unpleasantly humid at my house. we have to get through one more morning and we have thunderstorms that are really ticking up just to the south of the city. we want to go right to ht radar. here in washington, we're doing fine. i think we'll be fine. but just south now down toward fredicsburg ana d lplata, can you see we have a couple of eally big thunderstorms a just . tyma'sry city. there severe thunderstorm severe thunderstorm warning down there until 6:00 mary's city. ing lyo tisfl s s lyowsh off to the north and east. if you g e south of the city and you are hearing a lo ofouof thunder and lightning, that is w hy. most of the area should be in for sunshine a little later this afternoon. and toesp and see what we've got. here in washington, not a bad start. 71degrees. 73 in n york city. nice an
with tucker barnes. >> it will be cloudy and we'll have showers and ctthunderstorm i want to get t right it our hd radar and show you the thunderstorm activity that ueinnt s. can you see kind of sporadically out and about there. the dark green on your man p u towards aberdeen is a flp o d warning which should expire here momentarily. lof dark red herear, ticularly a cell here se, u s. thcao see cae bght ag flinsh there. that is a pretty good untodethrmrs . heer tp re uore alng the frontal ngsystem. we've got light rain showers and eoks luke kelu up towards hagerstown, it is raining at this phour. it will con to rain e herer er rsou h. leupco let's move on to the satellite- our. ra if it is not running at where you are house right now, there is a teasent chance it wl be later. notice therain showers down wae rds thilcrimes. -- thereis a s decent chance it will be later. we've got a fwad chance of showers and perhaps a few strong thunderstorms touring the course of e we we've got a good chance of er owshs. in washington. inow. gton a littlalre . stly cloudy ershs owdythshowers and thund
was killed in florida. >>> tucker is in this week for tony who is taking some time off. >> it is back to school and that means the back to school forecast. we'll a graphic r yodanit will be unreddible. we have severe thunderstorms that have broken veo ohtutig inn the last couple of hrs south of the city. they are still raging down there. we had a seve thunderstorm warninhoth satu ldavh ejust expired. it was set to expire at 6:00 a.m. you can ees the eedark d reand flashing. tnat is lightnin we had reports that wind glets onho ssecrydaevunrethto dersryr derning, looks like that one was just left to h and bethany beto rdschotobd abethany beach there. all of anis is pushing off to the north and east. here in the district, we are t expecting the thunderstorm ac. d stay south and east. if you are wakinut u sp soah a east of city, u clouds and rain, that is the on why. the thunderstorms are ret aa this hour. here in washington, waking up to a relatively calm, quiet morning. 71degrees right now at reagan national. that humidity is a little better. 68% and our winds are oust north and west
in with tucker barnes to get a look at our forecast for today. >> it looks great outside. should be a beautiful day. we'll have sunshine, low humidity. we'll have fine conditions. dto. in, no thunderstorm ay >> atoday. >> all right. >>'m out >>of here. let's get right to the satellite-radar and we'll take a look -- we t don't have much look at. railroad quiet conditions. -- very quiet conditions. we have high pressure building in. it will be a nice yll eary stretchiearodown down through the carolinas expecting very quiet conditions out there. and again, we should have bright sunshine unarod here and high temperatures just about where they should be. our average day-time high now is 85 degrees and we'll be in the upper 80s. ronnely 88 degrees a little later this afternoon. that is a nice looking start. -- roughly 88 degrees a little later this afternoon. agn, the forecast is a good one. mostly sun you skies. it will a very pleasant afternoon although warm but not too humid. high temperature about 88 degrees. i'll have all the changes in our forecast coming up. we have pore rain in the five- day
heads together to -- where tucker barnes and i put our big heads together to answer your most pressing questions. this is from martin allen. he writes where does the term under the weather come from. we often hear it when referring to someone who is feeling sick. since the weather come from up above, aren't we all under the weather all of the time? starting get philosophical there. aren't we all under the weather, martin. do either of you have a guess as to where the expression comes from. >> you hay little bit of a clue here when i saw a sailing ship. that was right leer on my page. i'll let you explain but i do have a pretty good guess. >> i have no idea. >> thnk you, steve. it comes -- tucker, do you know? >> no, i don't actually. take a look. the term is an old term that comes from british sailing. and here is what the deal is. we have a picture of a british sailing ship. we have no where had ifthis is the picture it was refurring to. >> that is i nice ship. >> that is a clipper ship. >> the phrase under the weather according to medicinenet.com came from british sailing ships when
. >> not for this weekend. they will be fine for martha's vineyard. >> which forecasters? apparently not you and tucker. >> yes, tucker? the islands. but we're talking about -- are you talking about martha's vineyard or bermuda? >> both. >> for this weekend. >> that update just in. >> so it will impact them. >> it will start impacting our east coast as well with some high surf so -- some rough surf. you want to be aware of that. the latest information came out just a few minutes ago. bill is now -- remains a category three hurricane. you see it is quite a ways away. it is currently about 4 # 5 miles south of bermuda. so it is still a ways away from the bermuda but the first people to feel the impact will be in bermuda. you look at the storm. you remember yesterday. it is looking a little more rag he had than it did yesterday. it is getting beat up by some strong winds. as this continues to move, it could reintensify. there could be some strengthening that occurs right now. the maximum sustained winds are 120 miles per hour. look how far away it is from martha's vineyard and coastal regions at this poin
topping 90 degrees today. tucker barnes joining us with more on what to expect. >> thank you much. maybe some showers and thunderstorms, particularly getting into the mid- to late afternoon hours. we have a cold front approaching from the north and west that could introduce a d ance for some showers aro . let's get a l ook atour hd radar. right here in washington still some sunshine but r uo t rtsk d paarour west anrthe particularly t rtpaarul icly towards char charlottesville, ck eaicup some shower activity. there's a cold front. let's show you the cloud cover and shower activity to the north and ldcoa rf t.eronths e that will be moving through during the course of the day. we'll see increasing clouds o our tempese ll e.tu s opewi temurratures will be ve hemi af ldad o te front adwith highs in the upper 80s to about 90. plenty of humidity and we think s todet strmaronownd rsdetorms start to break out along that front by mid- to late afternoon. if you have outdoor plans, be prepared for late-day showers. 83 the humidity. not bad. here's your official forecast. plenty of clouds and scatt
. and this is segment where tucker bawrndz and i put our big geeky weather heads together to answer your most preeing questions, weather- related or otherwise. today's question is weather- related. brian walton sends it in. not sure. brian seems to have a lot of time on his hands. how cold would it have to be for water to leave your mouth and freeze befe it hits the ground. >> is that possible? >> is it possible? yes, it is possible. how cold would it have to be in that seems to be up in the air. not sure why you want to know this. but a lot of people want to know this. you go on-line and there are all kinds of theories about it. people have been investigating it for a long time. tucker barnes joins us with more info on that. >> thank you very much. well, it turns out that you've got to get to an air temperature about meunch us 5, minus 40 at least nog colder than that. this will occur. we have a youtube video presentation by somebody that took some boilg water outdoors, take a look. watch this and tosss it in the air. that is boiling water. that is called a flash freeze. we're going to run it again.
steakhouse burger sing. >>> while you have the chance, come out and say hello in person. tony, tucker and holly will be at eastern market this saturday. they'll be there from 10:00 to 1:00. if you get a chance and you're in the area and want to say hello, do so. >>> holly is not far away and we'll put it in the guinness book of records. >> se's at union station helping blue jeans go green. >> well, this takes a little bit of explanation. it's cool and fun. a world record is broken today in d.c. here in the main hall at union station where we're giving you a preview. you're right, it has to do with kids, national geographic kids magazine. and this is the editor. good morning. >> what a day for you guys. well, it's exciting. and guinness records are -- >> well, this is the fourth attempt and we're really, really excited and we have the page that we run every month in the magazine. the kids love learning about the dogs with ears sticking out and ladies with long pentagonner nail -- fingernails. >> well, if you're going to do something extreme, may as well do it for a good cause. cause. >
on out and say hello to the fox team tomorrow as holly and tucker will at the eastern market from 10:00 until 1:00 so come on down and say hello. >> tucker, holly and i do some shopping together on the weekends and the station decided to turn that into a little event. >> is it a right? >> so we'll be shopping. if you say hi, be quick about it, because we have things to do. >> i don't believe you. >> i'm just joking. we'll be there and will be happy to hey hello. >> hopefully the weather will be nice. > tomorrow will be warmer an . thlly tobe wi let's look at hd byseraouecowau shyou because memow nts ago, we were showing you a different radar e.t it wasmoulpd leletoumo r isowasn't as zoomed in and i mistakenly said it the r sshower might t.m ho vet.t. vernon. . rnas you can seeea . r onve no wrn tmtr it was tm akis e. haast to de. ak isbut we do have a little bit o shower activity and perhaps a little storm brewing down we re, so that's what e 'r oking at and we'll keep our eyes on that during the course of the morning. here is a broader look. the tesallite radar foh tre teastern u
for a look at traffic. julie, tucker barnes has not had a chance to talk to you. he asked me to impart to you that he loves what you are wearing. >> well i don't think they have it in his side because it's for petite. he puts on something like this and it will have to be a two- top. >> tucker has a questioning look on his face. >> honey, we always ask about the questioning look on his face. that's really what he looks like? love you, tucker. here we go. out on the roads right now. we have lanes open. no accidents to report as you continue to work your way along 95 and 395. what you will find is slow traffic out of woodbridge and across the occuquan and leaving the franconia springfield parkway and across the 14th street bridge. heavy and steady as you work into southeast washington. budge sound baltimore washington parkway slowing south of the beltway. a stalled car on east capital street to blame for that delay. southbound 29 on the breaks from tech road toward university boulevard. no dents, just volume delays. outer loop remains slow. 95 around to georgia avenue. that's a check of your fox
, atlanta journal constitution columnist cynthia tucker was downgraded from editorial director said this about those opposing government-run health care. >> i think 45 to 65% of the people who appear at these groups are people who will never be comfortable with the idea of a black president. bill: never be comfortable with the eye of a black president. nothing to do with health care. but ms. tucker has been pedalling that kind of garbage for years. check 5 the democratic senatorial pain people have released this ad. >> >> stop spending our money! >> what makes you better qualified. >> just say no. just say no. bill: so, let me get this straight the left wing fringe mobs are organizing against the right wing fringe mobs. sounds like a world wrestling deal. check six the "wall street journal" is reporting that illegal aliens will be counted in the 2010 census and they will be considered illegal aliens. the same as u.s. citizens by federal authorities. that means more congressman people from the border states among other consequences. obviously this should not happen. and finally, chec
of a changing economy and a changing workforce. bill tucker reports. >> reporter: conventional wisdom says this is work no american wants or will do. but conventional wisdom isn't always right. jason can atoatest to that. he owns and operates iz belll farms in colorado. he advertised for farm hands, he got an unexpected response. >> when we first put it up, our preconceived notion, if you will is, it's going to be hard to find the right people. we turned down some people that i would have hired in a minute, just because there were other people that were, you know, even better. >> reporter: isabel farms workforce isn't exactly what you might expect to find down on the farm. several hold masters degrees, two are working on degrees in agriculture. another holds a degree in architecture. several are part-time teachers, including the farm's foreman, who explains part of the attraction of the work. >> you get down with a hard's day work and take your boots off and you feel great. it's demanding, it's a lot of hours every week, but, you know, it makes me happy. >> reporter: isabel farms is not un
girlfriend, miss tucker got a ride up with michael jones' father to scranton to watch the game. when they came home, michael jones, junior decided to come with them to surprise his mother. so all three were
. and for most people it was just that. >>> correspondent lem tucker from nbc news. the day after woodstock. brings us to our final story tonight. if you drive from this city north, along a series of rural roads, through farm country, in upstate new york, you would drive right by it if you tint see the marker. and you would likely never realize you were driving past the site of a gathering that changed a generation of americans. woodstock started 40 years ago this weekend. those who were there have their own memories or not. those who weren't there have seen the images. one in particular telling the story of the time in the upwards of 500,000 people who came together. >> liftoff. >>> there was a lot going on in the summer of '69. three days in the country in upstate new york seemed like a good idea to a lot of people. ♪ ♪ ♪ some where in the crowd was photographer burke uzell and early that sunday morning as jefferson airplane took the stage. >> come on! >> he took a picture. >> a very gentle scene. you can see people still asleep, people just beginning to come to. they just stood up
compared to earlier and an umbrella may not be a bad idea. >> hey, there, tucker. yeah, not a bad idea. we have a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. we'll forecast it cooler today. the humidity is up and we' look at the radar. we'll see what's going on. you can see the showers and u'll notice, the lastfew frames of the radar, the showers are disappearing. we have dry air oveead and out to the west, there's more cloud cover and we'll have a chance of scattered showers and no ndeintoans rm the aft forecast. we'll move on to adr ar radar and you can see the bigger picture there and we have a will the o er soshoweds asatciwiatth e how out to the west. that's moving througwtheailt ere th we wetnsuedtl today and it won't rain all afternoon. we won't rule out the possibility of scattered showers and thunderstorms. 81 at reagan national and warming up. still, better than yesterday. 80 at bullless and afternoon high -- 80 at dulles and afternoon highs warmer than yesterday. high about 87 degrees. we'll be back with an update on the tropics and we'll tell you if we'll get
'll look at the five-day forecast. >>> all right, thank you, tucker. >>> wildfires are still ranging up and down the coast of cafornia and dozens of homes have been destroyed and sadly, two firefighters were killed while battling a blaze in norm los angeles county. thousands of homes in a crucial communication's center are in the line of fire. >> reporter: what you're seeing is what one forest service commander calls a perfect storm. it's all coming together and 12,000 homes are threatened and several are destroyed and now, the worst has happened. two firefighters died when their vehicle rolled off of a mount -- mountain side. >> it's a tragic accident and a difficult time for the los angeles county fire department. the men and women that serve day in and day out, it's difficult. >> reporter: flames are about to reach mount will some -- wilson. it's home to the transmitters to the radio and tv stations in the area. >> i used to live on the other side of town and i never had a fire come this close. they'll hit it at the last minute. >> reporter: many are getting out of their homes. >> ge
it will happen during the health-care debate. tucker is right. some issues are legitimate, and others are just propaganda, and people must decide what is real and what is not. and as these members of congress are at home, going for recess, they will hear an earful, and it will go back and voice their concerns about it to the president. he thinks that the united states should not be the only industrialist country in the world without health care for all citizens, so he is clearly on board said of the issue, and people have right to voice concerns. jane: years in meeting debt steve k in held on health care. take a listen. he had a great quote. he said that there was a sufficient amount of anger there, and the referee made the wrong call. i do not think the people of northwest wisconsin would have behaved this way spontaneously. i want to stay with you. why did democrats think that this works? >> you cannot control every voice and every word of every person across the country on these kinds of debates, and no one will justify it. america is all about democracy, and i do not think you can tell rep
. our bill tucker tells us more might be on the way. >> reporter: it took the house just a few hours to pulp an additional $2 billion into the cash for clunkers program and send the bill to the senate and the president praised their quick action. >> thanks to quick bipartisan responses, we're doing everything possible to continue this program and to continue helping cob assumers and the auto industry contribute to our recovery. >> reporter: washington is in love with the cash for clunkers program. >> it's a success that there's kesh that too many people are buying cars. that's a good thing. >> reporter: dealers are enthusiastic. >> it's going to be a huge success. can't wait to do another 100 of them. >> reporter: but what is all this these yax baenthusiasm bas? a survey of 2,000 dealers reporting an average of 13 deals ready to be approved nor the program. the program has been declared the billion-dollar budget spent. >> there's definitely a reason to just take a deep breath for a moment. if congress goes ahead and we get fiebl approval on the $2 million more, that's great, but ever
and tucker. saw a chance -- you have a chance to say hello to tony, tucker and holly this weekend at eastern mark net saturday from 10:00 until 1:00 get out there and say hello and tony will say hello back. >> yes i will. i always do. >> to meet the team, thell be out there chatting it up with everybody. julie are going to be out there to hang out with the gang. >> i'm going to be the first one in line saying tony. >> and tony is like that's a different greeting from what? >> you're right. >> and they do sell food at eastern market so it's a good lunch for you. >> i am leaving right now, i'll see you on saturday. >> julie, you're saying tony never buys you lunch, this is your chance. get in there now. >> you can come on out and i'll buy you lunch. >> you can get out there and say tony, pay up. >> and at 10:00 on saturday morning i'm there. out on the roads, lanes are open on top stretch leaving college park toward 270. the busy ride is on the west side from the springfield interchange. this traffic merging on 95 northbound toward 66. the problem is two separate accidents. the first at bradd
and samuel tucker go back today. as well as seven elementary schools in fairfax county. other schools start next month. >> that's way early! >>> got to say, way early! i wouldn't be happy. >> yeah, true. >> now, we have to get on a schedule. it's sweet having a modified schedule >> well, got to do it. >> what do you want to know about? >>> well, is it going to be as muggy. >> well, we'll get a little bit of a break. it will feel a little bit better today. >> will there be snow. >> thank you for the softball question, i can say that with authority, no snow. >>> yesterday, we had rain. we'll tell you how much. 4/10. dollies -- 2 v. 10th of an inch. no rain for us today. we have a little bit of rain in central portions of virginia happening there. current temperatures around the area. 73 in the district and 72 in baltimore and frederick, maryland at 68 degrees. winchester, virginia at 72 degrees. forecast for washington today, mostly sunny and less humid and warm and high about 89 degrees. then, for tonight, 70 degrees. that's lower than we've seen lately. partly cloudy and a mild night. fived
'm steve chenevey. >> i'm allison seymour. gurvir is off this week. >> tucker barnes is with us this morning. >> rainy right now a cross the area, we are getting light showers, other than a few thunderstorms out there. you know what that means? >> what? >> it does mea n a slow drive to work. >> it does mean that. it should mean that. >> we have a wa veof low esevprre delopinale onrethg front t athamcroe thugh during the overnight e ours oshowers breaking out across the area. other than a few ndbas ofba heavier rain. there was elier some thunder and lightning out towards prince george's county and an arundel county. you can see showers are widespread here. i think a good chance that dema of you will llsee some light shower activity he urindheg t next few hours. u across the mess across the ic. atnt area of low pressure pwiusllh f of neast. south d we'll have a lot of cloud cover for much of the day. temperatures, well being they are doing their thing. 74degrees at reagan national. never really cooled off overnight. winds are out of the north and west as five miles per hour. be
could watch it between 6 and 8:00. so tony and tucker, we'll keep you posted and we'll watch it as well in the weather center all day long of . 91, cloud cover, maybe we can keep it in the upper 80s. a couple of nice days thursday, friday, more showers for the first few hours of thursday, especially southeast of town. but we may only end up at 36 degrees, thursday, friday. sunday, 94 degrees. >> going to be nice. >> next week as well. >> thank you sue. >>> happy birthday to you -- happy birthday to you. >> birthday wishes for more than one person in the white house press room today. he turned 48, but turned the focus to journalist helen thomas, with a cup cake and a candle. he shared thomas' birthday wish with the room. >> helen, wishes for world peace, no prejudice. but she and i also had a common birthday wish. she said she really hopes for a health care reform bill. >> bill. >>> and the president celebrated with friends and family at camp david. >>> and video capturing three wild horses taking off down the highway, one running into a car. the horse jumping over a vehicle, the driver
on those programs is also in decline. bill tucker reports. >> reporter: california has cut more than $6.6 billion in schools, oregon, $500 billion. that money originally intended to promote innovative educational initiatives and reforms is, instead, being used to fill budget gaps and save jobs, according to the american association of school administrators. >> school administrators find themselves behind a rock and a hard place. there's enormous pressure of positions to keep people as best they can. >> reporter: from a budgetary and educational standpoint, it's a strategy that makes sense. >> live within your means. we are forced with what i consider almost choices because 77, 80% of your budget will be in people, i think teachers and school secretaries and bus drivers and -- >> that part of the budget is education, benefits, and they are trying to get at some of the so-called fixed costs. >> our goal is to everything we can possibly and challenge things that might be fixed. but the problem is, are they really fixed and are there things that we can do about them not only in six months b
have done, if we tried to do every book this quickly comment people may get tucker out so we would not keep them there from 4:00 p.m. through a 11:00 p.m. and one editing session we would let th
harris falkner, and singer and planetary correspondent, otis, and tucker carlson, always a delight. time to go back to tv's andy leevy for the post-game wrap up. >> hey, jill, what do you think about paula abdul leaving american idol? >> i think it's a terrible career mistake, but fox caught up with the denver auditions without paul, and victoria beckham and she actually smiled. and if we deep having surprises like this, it will be the highest rated season ever. >> do you think it's a career mistake for her since she has no other career. >> i don't know why you would leave the highest rated show in television. i would do it for free. >> are you going to be in jersey any time soon. >> yes, i'm probably doing jersey at the end of august, club cazba, and i can't wait it get out there and have fun. do you know how many lonely nights i spent in big ernie's diner? turny. it's always good for a comedian, don't mess with the language, just let the crowd minute ago it out. no talent fat neck. >> is your book coming out in paperback soon? >> i hate your guts, it will be out next week in paperback,
. as tucker mentioned, cold front will come through. once that comes through, thunder booms. expect those later this afternoon. here is your forecast for today. and to answer steve's question, how hot will it get? we are looking for a high of 90 degrees. a lot of clouds, scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms. we'll have more details coming up in just a little bit. >> sounds steamy but it sounds all right. >> it is steamy. >> do we need rain? >> kind of. i guess. >> we're getting it. >> yesterday wasn't as bad as i thought it might. the humidity was down. >> it's okay. >> let's check in with lauren demarco and see what is happening with traffic. >> forget trafic right now. are you serious about paula abdul? i thought this was just a rumor. >> it could still be a negotiating thing. >> that is huge. i like paula though. ilike her unpredictability. >> wll talk about that later, i'm sure. getting out to the roads light now, not much going on on the beltway. our construct has wrapped up around town. we to have lanes closed on the outer loop after the woodrow wilson bridge as you head up
of everybody she points out deer tracks, a single red leaf tucker rating of the summer ground, a blue jay feather that has drifted down she runs her hand over the trunk of an oak and glances up at this guy and comments. this woman is one with the mountain and they know and respect each other in is a parent to not only the way may talks about the mountain but the way she moves up with grace and ease stepping lightly to disturb the least amount of perth possible. even though she also says i cannot get appear as fast as i use to which is hard to believe she is a woman who is used to being in motion a medical professional a fiddler and activist record she moves with the determination her arms, her legs intent on the purpose and her feet on a mission. today she is under way to the high rock, her favorite place in the world and although she wants to take her time and enjoy the walk of she is eager to reached the ridge where she will encounter a natural castle of barack case eaker world that only the inhabitants of this holler know they have been frequenting since the early 1800's. the nation is
and samuel tucker elementary run on a modified calendar, which put students back in the classroom this morning. these students will be in class for nine weeks and then have a three-week break. some schools in fairfax and arlington counties also began today. >>> it could soon cost you more to hail a taxi in the district. the city council has lifted a $19 cap on taxi cab rides that start and end in the district. cab drivers have called for this since last june. that's when the switch to the metered fare system took place. the council removed the gap as part of the fiscal 2010 budget plan. >>> we're following breaking news out of baja, california, right now. a powerful earthquake has rocked mexico. the 6.9 magtude quake was centered 331 miles southeast of tijuana, but set off alarms as far away as phoenix. there are no immediate reports of injuries or damage. it hit around 2:00 this afternoon eastern time. just minutes after two other quakes were felt. pat? >>> meanwhile, back here at home we're getting a bit of a break from that humidity today. but a break for how long? veronica joh
is looking good with sunshine both saturday and sunday all right back to you at the deck. thank you tucker, breaking news right now, a sentence for a man who had a string of home invasions and scared parts of the county. jose garcia was sentenced, fox 5 paul wagner has more. paul, what can you tell us? >> reporter: well, you can only describe us as not just the book being thrown at jose garcia here but the judge really threw the whole library at him if you will. judge michael mason said that the man didn't deserve to walk again in the -- in society. and he gave him y life without parole, but then he threw another life sentence at him to be served together. so basically he will never, ever get out of prison. judge michael mason said the evidence is just overwhelming to him. he said there is no doubt the man committed the crimes. each case was planned. he said the violence was not necessary. he seemed to take pleasure from causing pain. it shows terror with these women who were left left for dead. it is obvious there was a circle of pain with people involved in the case. the attorney also
. tucker said he saw a meteor coming in this morning but for tonight, for the peak viewing time, we'll have a fair number of clouds. so i think it will depend on where you are this evening. so we'll see. i don't have great hopes about seeing that activity. we'll see. let's take a look at what is happening. we'll go back to yesterday and the temperatures, 97 degrees was the high at reagan national. that was one degree shy of tying the record. we did break a record at dulles international. it got to 97 degrees there. the record was 96. that was set in 2001 so we ve a new record at dulles. bwi marshall nowhere neared record. 75degrees right now here in washington. we dropped off one degree. 71 in baltimore. 75 in fredericksburg. let'slike at the temperatures across the country. we'll see a couple of things. first of all, warm air in the eastern united states. very warm continuing warm conditions down to our south. 82 in dallas. 67 in witch ta. where you find that difference in temperatures, you know from studying your weather you're likely to find some thunderstorm activity and let's get to th
:00. there with two. it is august 12th. as tucker mentioned, it is warm outside and the humidity will be really out there. i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> and i'm steve chenevey. it seems to me, tony, we are feeling that humidity in here as well. >> warm inside of our studios. i think they keep the heat on overnight. >> must be a man-woman thing pause it feels pretty good to me. >> we'll see how you feel later. >> yeah, humid here and outside as well. run showers off to the west. i won't rowle utah rain shower -- i won't rule out rain shower inisg. y us r thus this rn elative humidity reis # #% and is # #% and the temperature is 77. --th -reatreand and wee temperature is 77. couple of of showers here and there during the course of the morning hours and another chance of that later on today. your forecast for today, a lot of clouds around, scattered showers and thunderstorms, humid, high about # 7 degrees. that is where we should be. that is our normal high for the date -- high about 77 degrees. >> heat, that's j-u-l -- >> yeah, yeah, yeah. how are the roads on this early wednesday j not so bad. we had over
by the end of the week. it will like steer clear of florida. >> what about our forecast here? tucker barnes joins us with a quick look this morning. >> thank you. back to bill very quickly. just want to show everybody what is happinobill. it continues to intensify. thwind are up to 100 miles per hour and -- okay, i guess we're in the going to look at t still forecast to become maor jhurricane over the next 4 hours. h, nt too bad -- over the next 24 hours. with a cold front starting to shtretclo osetor e urarea, and the possibility of a little nesunshi out there during the morning hours,nse'll see some showeruras th develop up aheahead of that fro latr today and some d of the storms could contain gusty winds and very heavy rain. we'll see what happens. temperatures right now, we never really cooled off overnight. we are at 77-degree at reagan national. humidity back up, 74%. i think the best chance of showers and thunderstorms will be any 2 00 : d an2:00 and anusee aft00yoeru c noon temperatures later today in the low 90s. 91 here in washington. 90 in baltimore. >> we'll talk mother about
meteorological organize and i a big change occurred in 1979. i remember this. >> tucker, do you remember this? >> absolutely. i was just a littlguy. at first, all the storm were named after women because traditionally, most meteorologys were probably males an they would name ships after women so they name the storms after women. and in the late 70s, there was the women's movement and they decided maybe they need to name it after men and women because it was sort of looking down. >> equal opportunity. >> i see tony over here biting his tongue. >> because to be honest, there was some sexist thinking. there were some who thought these storms are temperamental like a woman. we have a list of this year's storms. take a look. >> we are new claudette. we are three storms in. >> the next one is danny. the name repeat every six years. >> i was going to ask that. >> yes, they do. however, as i believe you all know this too, if there is a storm that is particularly deadly or costly,that name is retired and a new name is inserted. so we will not have another tropical storm or hurricane andrew, camille or
like that when you step outside today. i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> and i'm steve chenevey. tucker barnes is in with us this morning as well. >> it feels crisp out there and just in time for septemb. everybody will love this week weather-wise. once we get through today, it will be bright sunshine with high temperatures in the mid- to upper 70s and low humidity. tony will be back in a couple of veins. >> he has been on vacation but he is back today. aobre ne icndaa see tony. tan, don't you think? >> yeah. have a cololfront that came through during the weekend. the leftovers are hanging off the coast here. an area of low presreis developing. you can see heavy swers across the virginia-north carola border. that will brush the area this morning. again, we have some cloud cover out there to start the day ar a couple of showers off to the uth and east. i don't think it will amount to much here in washington. eventlly, we'll get it out of here and high pressure. we'll go with clear skies back to detroit and cleveland. once it geer htse t hll wistay fofomuch of the week. temperatures, cool, 67 h
precautions because you can get burned justify as much on a generally cloudy day as on a sunny day. tucker, have i said that the right way? >> i think it was okay. >> what is the ron why we get burned through the clouds? >> because uv radiation penetrates the clouds, it will penetrate the atmosphere and it burns our skin. it gets into our skin and causes chemical reaction and we start to burn. we can try to protect our skin and then we burn. today's uv index is very high. you will burn quickly. >> i think we just forget about it. we don't use the protection when it is cloudy. are out in t sun, you're like i better be careful. >> here is what i would generally say. you correct me if i'm wrong. if it is cloudy and it is cloudy enough that it is raining, if you are out in the rain, you don't have to worry about it too much. if it is like a partly cloud whether i day, treat it as if it is sunny. >> wear it like your lotion. >> that's right. especially during the summertime. so thank you. hopefully, we helped some people, julie wright included. if you have a question yo uwany answered, go to my
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to necessarily -- >> plus tucker are's home movies. >> we do watch cartoons. >> to be honest it is a very stressful job. so with we get the chance during the break, we do watch cartoons. my favorite cartoon and of a been influenced by my son, connor, spongebob squarepants. watch them all the time. love that. so during the commercial break, we take the screens down and my monitor is on spongebob. >> i like to go with the cartoons. i usually go with scooby-doo. the windy banter between shaggy and scooby is memorable. i've always had the hots for thelma, got to be honest. >> really? >> she does something for me, that redhead. i am a scooby-doo fan. i know steve and allison didn't get a chance it pick out their cartoons so we did it for them. steve, we know what you watch. >> another class you can. >> thunder cat. >> you know me so well. >> he loves the mix of action and felines. >> and allison, we couldn't forget about you. >> thank you. >> what does allison watch? >> oh, your favorite. the smurfs. >> oh, yeah. >> and all these machine and just smurfette. that is why we blur them out. >> no
or thunderstorm. it will be a hot one. >>> time for you no ask the weather guy tucker and i put our bug heads together to we are your question. today's question is from mary in arlington. how is it possible that i song or commercial jingle gets stuck in your head and you can't stop singing or humming it. mary says she can't get the bloom grocery store jingle out of her head. >> that is unfortunate. >> that is unfortunate. that is not one that gets stuck with me. we'll spare you from playing it. now, they've actually had studies on this. they call them ear worms now. some of the studies have found that it's way that your brain keeps busy while it is idling. >> interesting. >> isn't that weird in it is more likely you will get a song stuck in your head if you are tired or stressed and it happens to women more often -- >> because wear more tired and stressed. >> and your brains are idling more. that is a joke. >> walked in that one y you left that. >> you left the door wide open. ddie out of the university of cincinnati in 2003 dubbed these songs ear worms and said though the songs that get stuc
there to the west as tucker barnes was mentioning just a rthos time ago. our regional temperatures, awe quite cool start, 65 degrees here. 70 up in new york city and 70 in norfolk, virginia. pittsburgh at 56 degrees this hour. not a bad hostart to careorfo f sunshine. warmer than yesterday but belowe normal temperature. high about 85 degrees in the district. 86 at la plata. winchester, 84 for your high today. more details on the forecast coming up in just a little bit. >> let's check in allison oakley this morning with a look at traffic. >> good morning to you guys. we have an accident already on georgetown pike on the inbound side which is a real bummer for you guys leaving sterling and heading to the capital beltway. here we are at old dominion drive. all eastbound lanes are going to be blocked. westbound lanes seem to be open. i think you have to stick with route 7 this morning heading in towards the capital beltway. these are your southbound lanes of 95 before you get to shirlington and it is over on the shoulder. it doesn't look like it is causing much of a dries traction certainly for the so
's, it's the do-it-yourself consumer. blame the customer. she's all tuckered out. the stock has plummeted 10% since then. >> the house of pain. >> then today, home depot reported a quarter that looked actually pretty darn good, and even better it raised numbers! ♪ hallelujah >> hmm, lowe's blames the consumer. me, i reach another conclusion -- the consumer's going to home depot. and why the heck not? home depot's executing on its plan. looks like lowe's doesn't even have a plan. in fact, i consider home depot the executioner. lowe's is marie antoinette. how did this happen? for years, we always thought that lowe's was the well-oiled machine, while home depot was self-destructing, courtesy of its ceo, bob nardelli. bob moved into wholesale at the top, cut costs by cutting customer service -- >> the house of pain. >> he knew nothing about retail, nothing about what the consumer wanted. he had no merchandise, no eye at all. i can't believe he didn't obliterate home depot. perhaps a testament to the brand that was superior, no doubt like cramer fave mason storm in "hard to kill." it took si
as it is on the front lines. bill tucker, cnn, seattle. >>> our thanks to major bert and all of our brave men and women in uniform. thanks for being with us tonight. tonight. >>> up next is "campbell brown." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hey there, everybody. a lot of ground to cover tonight, but we'll start as we always do with the "mash-up." it is, of course, our look at the stories making an impact right now, the moments you may have missed today. don't have to. some new information, and just-released audio recordings give a new window into just how boneheaded some decisions were by airport workers in rochester, minnesota, earlier this month. you remember this story, an express jet flight diverted because of bad weather pap 47 passengers locked on the plane for hours. well, today, federal officials cleared the plane's crew. the captain tried to get those passengers off. >> i need to tell them something. i can't sit here any longer. >> there's no food, and it's just getting really unhappy. and the problem is that the terminal is closed here. and they won't let them get off because the ter
tucker and ron brown steele is the political director for atlantic media. you're both heavy weights as journalists. i respect your opinions. when i look at those crowds:00 a and when i look at the people involved in the birther movement, i see a dichotomy in terms of class. i think some people in the birther movement are a little more rustic a little less informed and a little scared. i see the mobs, i see pinks and limes, i see middle class people that went to college, i see people who read the paper who just don't like health care reform. what do you see, cynthia? do you see the same crowd in both? >> well, let me start out by saying, chris, there is absolutely no way to prove that people have racist motives. there's no way to know what's in people's hearts and minds. >> yeah, when they say the guy is from mombassa, okay, that's how you can tell. with no evidence whatever. when you say he's from some other country, make him as foreign as possible, that suggests motive to me. >> or when you hear people at these tea party protesters say this is america, this is no longer the country
the same cultural and racial anxiety that's behind the birther movement. cynthia tucker, political columnist for "the atlanta constitution." and ron brownstein is the political director for "atlantic med media." you're both heavyweights as journalists. i respect your opinions. when i look at those crowds and when i look at the people i imagine involved in the birther movement, i see a dichotomy in terms of class. i think some people in the birther movement are less educated, more rural, more rustic, a little less informed about everything. and a little more scared. whereas i see these mobs at these meetings, i see pinks and limes, i see middle class people who went to college, i see people who do read the paper, who just don't like health care reform. what do you see, cynthia? do you see the same crowd in both? the birthers, the race people, the people against health care particularly? >> well, let me start out by saying, chris, there is absolutely no way to prove that people have racist motives. there's no way to know what's in people's hearts and minds. >> yeah, when they say the
, spike lee, t.d. jaex, chris tucker, samuel jackson, caroline kennedy. >> you have really just gone down one heck of a list. so who do you want to interview next? >> some football players such as michael vick, donovan mcnabb, tony romo, tyrell owens, chad johnson. >> i think michael vicks is a good one. michael vick is a good one because he's so in the news. when you get that interview, come be on my set and let me know what he told you. how's that? >> okay. >> damon weaver, really proud of you. you did a great job. a i'm sure you're proud. >> i couldn't stop smiling during the entire interview with the president. i want to say thanks to msnbc, they have been a big supporter of msnbc. you guys have helped us out a lot trying to get the interview with the president, especially to norah o'donnell. she made sure to get damon on the air. >> norah o'donnell is a gem. we're all very happy. i'll say thank you and you're welcome on behalf of everybody. talk to you again. good luck. >>> still ahead, the new development in the works that could change the way we use computers. those details coming
of training hundreds of iraqi soldiers. bill tucker has his story. >> i want to get that decision made up today. >> reporter: arron bert has an innate desire to make a difference. as a citizen he manages capital projects in the seattle parks department. as a soldier, he was in baghdad in 2004. he was one of only four national guard captains charged with training some 700 iraqi security forces. >> we fought in an urban environment that was chaotic. and it was trying to adapt our thinking to a new fight, where reaching out, making connections with the populace, you know, the old adage of winning the hearts and minds, was coming into play, but it wasn't in vogue yet. the job that we were doing was a job that normally special forces, you know, green berets, do. and yet here we're a bunch of national guardsmen. i was a finance analyst at the time with the city of seattle. we had a schoolteacher with us. we had a mechanic who worked on high-end hot rod cars. we had a guy who was actually a sheriff's officer. i mean, we were like a motley band of, you know, the citizen soldier. >> reporter: arro
dance. >> i have no idea. i wonder -- >> who else was -- tucker carlson -- >> i don't think he made it past the first week. we'll never know about you since you refuse to dance. >> never going to happen. >>> is the white house wavering on a key piece of health care reform? what does that mean for your wallet and for the president? >>> on a completely different note, an ancient relic, who does that look like? could it be michael jackson? >> no. >> the "shot" just ahead. every head. every bite. every gallon. every shoe. every book. every cereal. well, maybe not every cereal. but every stem. every stitch. every tune. every toy. pretty much everything you buy can help your savings account grow because keep the change from bank of america rounds up every debit card purchase to the next dollar and transfers the difference from your checking to savings account. it's one of the many ways we make saving money in tough times a whole lot easier. and i'm joni. we've been best friends since we were two. we've always been alike. we even both have osteoporosis. but we're active. especially when we
were trapped up in the mountains. so recent tucker and a number of other men organized this first relief party that headed up in the mountains at great risk to themselves to try to rescue folks. there were a series of rescue expeditions and just skipping forward in time a little bit in mid-april of 1847, the last of those four rescue expeditions reached what we now call donner lake expecting to find george and hampson donner and lawrence alive. instead they only found lewis sitting next to a pan of fresh brains and livers with the donner party -- with the donner's gold hidden in his clothing. he had apparently murdered tampson or george donner for their money and also in order to cannibalize their bodies. in the end of the 87 people who came out of the mountains as official members of the donner party, 47 had died. a few had been cannibalized. fewer than a dozen actually. and that's basically the outline of the story. there are a couple of interesting side notes i wanted to mention. one this business about how women outsurvived men. as i say the book is full of these sides into va
. tucker was the leading brand just and you really see such practical common sense ideas. i first read it in 1969 and reread it five or six times over the years. it really defines much of how i operate. >> host: also in 1994 you announced your contract for this book which immediately became controversial because of the advance. we have just a little clip from that time. at like to see how those events what do with the lens of a dozen years of history. >> our attorney had reviewed a list of of proposal for an advance into books, the product was a real book with a real publisher and it offered us financial independence for the first time in our lives. since house members and senators have been accepting it as is in writing books about critical, and i thought we had done the right thing. for example, no one had questioned then a senator gore's advance or his right to offer earth and the balance while many republicans to challenge his ideas myself included none have challenges in,. one news report indicated 29 senators have written books while in office and other reports indicated a number
and textbooks. the list does not stop there. tucker carlson will join us. "i start each morning with "fox & friends" because they are no slouch." they held me wake up. >> hi, this is kid rock and i love "fox & friends." gretchen: cash for clunkers deal -- a deal is going to be reached now. it means $2 billion more of your dollars will be going to fund existing through labor day. steve: some democrats and a lot of republicans said maybe this is not such a good idea. it is supposed to go for a couple of months. we ran out of money in four days. harry reid threatened to keep them past their vacation break. something was brokered last night. one of the things that undercut the whole rationale for having the federal government take another $2 billion is the fact that lawmakers initially said, this not only will get more fuel-efficient cars on the streets, but we are going to actually jack up the number of cars that are sold by american manufacturers. that is not the case. unfortunately, right now, the top five cars under the cash for clunkers program -- take a look. there's only one u.s. brand
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at the congressman's tv two step. >> reporter: not since conservative commentator tucker carlson good naturedly made a spectacle of himself, as the political establishment had so much anticipation. >> 16 new stars will take center stage. tom delay. >> former republican house majority leader known as the hammer, no relation to this hammer. ♪ go hammer >> reporter: the other hammer tweeted he'd be dancing with the stars and set up a website -- dancing with delay. the daughter told "the washington post" he lost 12 pounds working out. in anticipation -- >> it's quayle ♪ oh. >> we bring you "dancing with the politicos." >> i can't believe he hasn't hurt himself yet. >> up and down ready to hop. >> reporter: from karl rove's rap to the first couple's slow dance. we let the people -- for instance, former secretary of state madeleine albright giving macarena questions. >> a brilliant show of international dance diplomacy. >> reporter: or sarah palin on ""saturday night live"". >> i say an 11. >> she bites her lip off. dirty girl. >> reporter: one of the lowest scores went to a legendary clip of presiden
! ♪ >>> 8:31. temperatures pump up to the 80- degree mark. >> sure does. headed to the 90s. so tucker barnes has volunteered to go outside. >> after he was led out there with -- quite the volunteer. it's not that hot yet, tucker. >> reporter: it's more humid than hot. temperatures are about 80 or so. and hang in there for a couple of hours. as we get into the afternoon hour it's will start to heat up. we have cloud cover at this moment and that's helping to hold temperatures down right at this moment. but trust me, it will get hot. we have a heat advisory. because of in a in the city we've -- because of that, we have opened up a cooling center here in the city. go to myfoxdc.com for more information on that. in the next hour if youneed to be outdoors, that is fine. but later into the afternoon the heat is dangerous as we're expecting heat index levels ove 100. maybe to 105 later this afternoon. so our hottest day of the summer. right now not bad. breezy with winds out of the west udo d ancludococover holdi the sun ckb a , tonyayou have tothe weather. >> yes. a heat advisory in affect rom noo
marines are really tucker out. temperatures are again up to 120 degrees, dehydration is almost as much of an enemy as the taliban for marines. but they did a heckuva job. they assert a nice break tonight. they will be at it again tomorrow. the sense is that a corner has been turned and now they are rebuilding a security structure. as you mentioned, with just a few basic way, the presidential election. an interim might be in sight. gregg: give us a sense that they have made enough progress so it is secure for afghans to vote. >> what have told us is that the taliban is basically victimizing of them. they are like a mafia, extraordinary, threatening people. people want to come to the side of the afghan government, but there are being threatened. hopefully now, the afghan government can be a more appealing host for the people here. whether it is in time, off the record, they set up a polling booth in the center of town for next thursday postelection, and not too many people on shore about it. but at least the town will be on the path to being on the side of right, and that is the intentio
't look like anything will come together any time soon. and tucker barnes pointed out there was another year where it was really late before anything happened iat'92 and the first edorm was hurricane andrew. and i'm not saying that will happen this year. so take a look at the eastern satellite radar. vedslit oa some clouds over us. no precipitation this morning y dacoe sewd ule r we could see s cold front in a out to the west that s tracks it's way in. seu ate can the front where the showers are aligned and now we'll go to the surface map and you'll see the front matching. it's a cold front with very warm air here. moist, humid air. cold front moves in. allison, you know what happens when that happens. >> yep. you tell us. >> stormy conditions. thank you for thletting me do i stormy conditions. here is your five-day forecast. high today of about 90 degrees. showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. tomorrow, lingering showers are possible. but a more comfortable day, 83. friday will be nice and the weekend will be hot. there's a look at the weather. thanks, tony. >>> it is n
who is this group? tucker carlson is a senior fellow at the cato institute and a fox news contributor. nice to see you, old friend. who makes up this group? what are they after? >> money, of course. [laughter] when you look at who supports this plan, it is people who will benefit from it, by the people who do not have health insurance, people who are going to make a lot more money if the government for the regulates the industry, and then everyone else. 80% of americans are satisfied with the health care coverage they have. one example, pharmaceutical companies will benefit under this plan. çyou can see why. if health care coverage is mandated, that means more money for people who provide care, and that means drug companies. there are pretty obvious motives. bill:ç unions are behind in, ad drug law and ears, the federation of american hospitals. it sounds like everyone has their fingers and the spot. >> this is an enormous percentage of the economy. here is the truth about part of what this is going to do. if health insurance companies are prohibited from denying coverage, require
things that he said in 2007, but we have different problems down. -- now. trace: thank you. tucker carlson is a senior fellow at the cato institute and a fox news contributor. of the cnn desk is a former political average manager for rock the vote. we also have the senior writer for "weekly standard. this was supposed to be billed as getting down to the nitty gritty. everyone is welcome. we have seen the screaming and yelling over the past several weeks, but we have this town hall that looks very friendly. >> bill is right, all president trying to manage the audience, and all presidents lie about it. this one is clearly falling that tradition. there is no way that this was not a screened meeting. i will vote -- that my car on that. -- put my car on that. by the way, i think that it was smart to talk about this as a battle against health insurance companies, not health care. everyone kind of dislikes health insurance companies. they have changed the language and i think it signifies a pin in their strategy. trace: felicia, you have seen the polls. 53% of american people do not like
the happy birthday music. tucker, can you sing. ava marie is her name. to send us your child's c t, tud click on mornings. >>> let's start ith radar. and we'll show you hurricane bill. still a powerful storm, and still a major hurricane, but category 3 hurricane. there is some sheering going on on the west side of the storm. it's broken up, but we still see an eye there. at last report, maximum sustained winds were 125 miles per hour, moving to the northwest at 18 miles per hour. it could regain some intensity,i but it isen t ouinntcg erwi sheer at this urho. closer to home, current temperatures, we hoe'vgone up again, 76 degrees here in washington. we remain at 77, or orthey rema at 77 in new york city. roanoke, 73. x, inongtkentuckyon72. charlotte, north carolina, 76 at this hour. and we have some clouds in over us. no precipitation, but maybe later on today e'llsee some precip pop up as a cold front begins to makes it way in here. your five-day forecast looks like this: 90 for your high downtown today, some of will you top out in the upper 80s. look for a chance of showers and thund
. or was it just the soundtrack. we'll leave that one to tucker. but all good movies. these are the movies that you hate to see they're not top releases but any saturday or sunday afternoon if you're flippg around, you'll find them. >> we'll be watching them this weekend, you're right. >>> switching gears, we're have two weather men for the price of one. what is happening this weekend? >> because there is a lot happening. we'll start witda in the weetoend as we see changes coming. t rsf fioall, current stepped outside, 65 degrees. egs great outside rig 66 a66esllredut es. leab fo d drees at dulles airport. 62 in abaltimore. so we have cool air in place. and in dfreerick, maryland, it's 59 degrees at this hour. and let's look at the satellite radar. what we're seeing here is there are nothing going on. there are some clouds but no precipitation and nor do we expect to see any precipitation today. w on tnd wrekeee, we do kehave me changes coming for the weekend. and the main change is heat. some real summertime heat will work it's way in here over the course of the weekend. there is your high press
sit tucker? i'm sorry. i took a guess. ryour temperatures. 72g. youremperatures. 72 degrees. 70 in baltimore. 72 at dulles airport. 77 in ocean city. and in winchester, it s 65 degrees at this hour. now we'll look at the radar and show you the precipitation coming through the region. there you go. we saw some heavy rain earlier this morning, not so much this morning. a couple of spots showing up on this particular radar, off to the north and east. we'll continue to deal with this during the morning hours as this continues to push out of here. here is a look at the jet stream and we'll show what you is happening over the course of the weekend. we've been watching the heat that we've been talking about down to the south, this will help push the jet stream to the north and this area of warm air will makes it way inward into the southeastern united states and the mid-atlantic region as well. it will give us hot and humid conditions. that begins building in on saturday and then we feel it on sunday and monday. >>> tuesday of monday and through tuesday of next week. scattered showers
. >> reporter: not since conservative commentator tucker carlson good naturedly made a spectacle of himself, has the political establishment licked its lips in so much anticipation. >> new stars will take center stage. >> reporter: the former republican house majority leader, also known as "the hammer," no relation to this hammer. the other hammer tweeted the news that he'd be dancing with the stars and set up a website, "dancing with delay." his daughter said he's already lost 12 pounds working out. in anticipation -- >> get out his gong, because he's shooting quail. >> reporter: we bring you dancing with the politicos. ♪ look at him jumping up and down ♪ >> reporter: from karl rove's rap, to the first couple's slow dance, we let the people judge. ♪ for instance, former secretary of state madeiline albright giving macrana lessons. >> a brilliant show. >> reporter: or sarah palin on "saturday night live." >> i say an 11. >> she bites her lip while rocking. >> reporter: one of the lowest scores went to a clip of president bush. the question is, can tom delay disprove the republicans can't d
" with our mutual friend tucker carlson. i traveled with him when he was there. i think the majority leader should know there's a lot of spray tanning, hair products and very snug clothes. kinds of onesies sewn together and heels. >> i don't know how that place in sugarland. >> the onesie is where you got me. >> onesie sewn together. >> speaking of sarah palin as we have been this morning, let's talk again by levi johnson. the 15 minutes. >> again? >> did a web interview with our friends over at bravo. i don't know why he takes the bait on all these things, but he did speak of sarah palin in terms of being the cougar. here is some of the interview. >> you are such a prolific baby maker, i'm wondering if we can expect an announcement from kathy that there's one on the way. >> yeah. i'm not sure man. i'm a little scared. we'll see what happens in a couple of weeks. >> we'll see when the test comes back. are you a cougar lover? >> a little bit, yeah. >> really? >> yeah. >> okay. very good. you're almost former mother-in-law is kind of america's favorite cougar, wouldn't you say? >> not my favo
off. tucker carlson joins us from washington, d.c. >> good morning. as we have been talking about, textbooks under the influence of the activist left is not to describe the world the way it is, but to hope for the way it should be. that means sometimes changing history. t whio whit, adam and eve is now eve and adam. in the left-wing version of genesis, adam convinced eve to eat the apple. steve: they are rewriting the bible? [laughter] >> if you look back, you do not have a grandfather clause anymore. that is needless to say, sexist as well. replaced with a retroactive coverage. sportsmanship has that dreaded three letter word, the ugliest word in english, man. it is now sporting conduct. elderly and senior citizens are not around anymore either, not sure why that is offensive, but they are now older citizens. jungle is now forbidden as well. no more jungle. the word is savannah. jungle is a perfectly good word, and evocative word. -- an evocative word. no more george of the jungle, it is george of the rainforest. steve: i wish that you were making this stuff up. but you are actua
. >> don't be hateful. he and tucker showing conservati conservatives can move. conservatives can move, they're fun people. >> no doubt about it. that's what i hear. >> yeah. >> let me show you a friend of the show, rahm emanuel. >> chief of staff of the white house, i don't even know what this is. i don't know if it's funny or what, kind of fascinating. last week, he was reading a fantastic white house program, reading for kids. >> that's nice of him. >> he has kids, he knows how to relate to children. but some of the jokes, i don't know, they seemed to go over the head of the kids. listen. >> he ran to the barn and found the animals registering to vote. obviously not in chicago. duck was officially in charge, biggest decision, what do you think he has to make? picking that chief of staff top man, that is a tough decision. lots of choices. >> you can go wrong. >> real wrong. >> the president headed back to the farm and duck is working on his autobiography. do you think he gotten an advance for that. >> a little publishing? >> who are they talking to? these are children. >> i think tha
'm john tucker. c.e.o. of the american -- an internist. >> i'm executive director of the national association of public hospitals and healthcare systems and will emphasize the health systems part in this meeting. >> i'm a family practitioner. previously -- [indiscernible] >> craig jones, i'm the director for the vermont blueprint for health and a pediatrician as well. >> and i'm michael soman, a family physician who practiced for 17 years at group health -- now i'm the president of a medical group and medical director of the owned and operated delivery system. >> barbara walters, senior medical director at dartmouth hitchcock chicago and -- [indiscernible] and here today with -- [indiscernible] >> i'm dick salmon, family physician and national medical director for performance improvement for significant that health. >> my name is sue williamson, deputy director of the colorado department of healthcare partnership and financing. our agency administers our public health insurance programs like medicaid and our s-chip program. >> i'm david dorr, a practicing inearnist and medical --
is necessary for, given the broad language of the statute, should fema just tucker down and lifted care of itself? >> >> madam chairman, i think that what our members are trying to stress is that we do that and do not lose the command or control. >> do you really think that we're looking to do that? >> our concern is that if you leave it under stafford, it needs to be within staffer because we believe that it is a stafford act event and we have a es c.e.o. coordinating the activity, and not -- and have an f zco coordinating the activity. >> are you confident that you would want to be able to categorize it as a disaster? are you satisfied that that will happen instantly? >> we have not seen anything like that in our lifetime. everyone tells us it is coming. but some think this is the finding the catastrophe and that is the hardest part of this. the impact on the rest of the country is going to be what defines it as whether or not it is a catastrophe. >> my governor probably would not like that. of thing that the definition of catastrophe has to bid what the major impact on our nation is
police officer fighting for his life. michael jones junior and his girlfriend, shanikua tucker were in pennsylvania for a scrimmage when the car they were riding lost control and hit a tree along interstate 91. michael's father a baltimore police officer was driving the car. officer jones is at strong trauma but listed in serious but stable condition. >>> nearly a week after it started, a raging wildfire continues to burn in california. not only has it consumed tens of thousands of acres but now it's being blamed for the deaths of two firefighters. karen has the latest from sun land, california. >> reporter: an out-of-control wildfire burning in los angeles county turns deadly. two firefighters are killed when their vehicle rolls down a mountain side. >> this is a very difficult time for los angeles fire department. >> reporter: nea nearly 300 firefighters are trying to contain the fire. the fire has proven for challenging for crews on the ground and on the air. firefighters have only been able to contain a small portion of it. the biggest problem is dry brush and sweltering temp
for the system. frankly tucker wouldn't be good for the obama presidency. >> some democratic leader says they prefer a bipartisan bill but they don't think the country can afford to wait if the two sides can't reach a consensus. >>> ten years ago, spending $6,000 for a family health insurance policy. today, it's $12,000. by 2016, it will be $23,000. today that 12,000, 1,000 will go over 1,000 represents what a person who was insured pays for people who are not insured through their health insurance premiums. we need to deal with health insurance. >> to learn more about health care reform and how it could affect you and your family, check outs cnn.com/robin. >>> cia interrogators used a gun and power drill to scare information from an al qaeda suspect accused of plotting the "uss cole" attack, part of the abuse in a 2004 released today, a source telling our sister network cnn. the cases bent went to the justice department a former intelligence official says one person was prosecuted and two quit. >>> every january, social security payments rise with the cost of living, but not this time a
of my friends, as a matter of fact. tucker. >>> i've got other news in nbc family. a new addition. >> a new member of the family. >> jenna bush joins the "today" show. jenna bush haguer, i should say. she's married. she's a teacher. she's going to talk about education. she's an expert as a teacher, of course. passion of both her and her mom apparently. jim bell from the "today" show. when they had her on, they said she's good on tv. >> never met her. she seems like a really nice, likable person. >> i agree. >> have you met them? >> yeah. >> they both seem like wonderful kids. >> welcome to jenna. >> part of the family. how exciting. >> welcome, welcome. >> as old as we are, everybody that's not like 48 is a kid. good kid. >> keeping it in the bush family now. >> oh, good. >> disturbing news from that shoe thrower. the journalist who took off both shoes in iraq and called bush -- what did he say? you pig or you dog? >> you dog. bottom of my shoe. >> missed the president. president's quick reflexes. well, he was sent for three years to prison. but in a miscarriage of justice, he's g
of the words that liberals are trying to take away from your kids' textbooks. more words that irk with tucker carlson. peter. peter: and g.i. joe, the great american hero, is back. one of the actors from the new movie, marlon wayans, talented marlon wayans, joins us live. - hi. - crowd: hi! i hate my phone. what do i do? ( shouting ) this is crazy. you. let's run a free upgrade check. see if you're due for a new smartphone. don't i need to go to my carrier's store for that? no, you don't have to. we sell phones and plans on all the major networks. ok. well, is time travel possible? yes, i am from the future. announcer: phones, plans, and advice from thousands of people eager to help. into an incredibly strong, healthy cat.he has blossomed... his coat is incredibly shiny and soft and very thick. everybody thinks he's the most handsome cat they've ever seen. [ woman announcing ] purina one for indoor cats... unlocks the brilliance of nature... with a natural fiber blend that helps minimize hairballs... and maintain a healthy weight. [ laurie ] he's a character. he brings so much laughter into
're tattered. i know that's how tucker looks, too, but still, it breaks your heart. let me go in, there's a new line, ralph lauren, got a new l lobster design on their pants. it's what i do. >> if you touch just one child. >> it's who you are. >> touched just one child, seriously. on the way to the tennis camp, it's all worth it. it's all worth it. all right, hey, we have a lot of people here today and one of them who is sorry he's here, richard haass. richard is here. pat buchanan down in washington. we'll be talking to peggy noonan. robert menendez will be here. andrea mitchell will be here. richard engel is going to be here. who is not going to be here today? we've got a new poll out, a quinnipiac poll out, really, really surprising numbers for the president. not even the quinnipiac poll that we gave you last hour. this one hot off the presses. we're going to give you that information right after the break. plus, health care reform possibly coming to a consensus in washington, d.c. news breaking overnight of the outline of a possible health care plan. we'll tell you that after the news with
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